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Mahendra Singh Dhoni: What he said, really meant and definitely did not

What he said:

“You won’t see a Sreesanth batting like a Don Bradman just because he wants to bat like one.”

Mahendra Singh Dhoni is realistic about his expectations from the tailenders in the Indian side in the Edgbaston post-match interview; tweaks in technique for English conditions can do just so much.

What he really meant:

“And you won’t see a Don Bradman bowl like Sreesanth because he wants to bowl like one. You get my point?”

What he definitely didn’t:

“I really don’t know what I’m saying. Why did I even drag Sree into this? Let’s just get the press conference over with.”


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